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[image]Beyond Boundaries - Samarah

Downloads: 142
[image]The World Stops Turning - Samarah

Downloads: 173
[image]Leaving the Underground - Samarah

Downloads: 155
[audio]Samarah - These Things EP (bel-01) - Samarah
The four track EP "These Things" contains lovely, warm, glitchy idm and ethereal vocals that resonates a dark and dreamy atmosphere injected with delectable pops and crunchy beats. From the delayed pianos and down-tempo beats on ÂWith You to the edgy, fluttering rhythms and sliced vocals on ÂOne In The Same, this EP proves to be a mesmerizing sonic exploration resulting in elegant minimalism...
Keywords: Avantgarde; Downtempo, IDM; Downtempo; Electronic; Trip-Hop; Minimal
Downloads: 618
[audio]Samarah - Robots Smile Too - Samarah
Following up on her recent contribution to Nishi 100, Samarah’s “Robots Smile Too” features self-contained bursts of glitch-pop and minimal techno with slinky bass lines and catchy melodies while maintaining her trademark sultry vocals, textural cuts and displaced beat sensibility.
Keywords: Electronic; IDM; Glitch; Downtempo
Downloads: 5,381
[audio]Samarah - These Things [nsh064] - Samarah
Samarah serves up her unique brand of downtempo vocal glitchiness on These Things. Sublime clicks and scratches interwoven with blissfully narcoleptic vocals.
Keywords: Electronic; IDM; Glitch; downtempo
Downloads: 14,464
[texts]Characterization of Modulation Spaces by Nonlinear Approximation - S. Samarah
It is shown that the modulation spaces $M_{p}^{w}$ can be characterized by the approximation behavior of their elements using Local Fourier bases. In analogy to the Local Fourier bases, we show that the modulation spaces can also be characterized by the approximation behavior of their elements using Gabor frames. We derive direct and inverse approximation theorems that describe the best approximation by linear combinations of N terms of a given function using its modulates and translates.
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